dining roomContemporary Dining Room, San Francisco
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Change it up. "I decided to lean an oversized colorful painting against the wall for two reasons," explains Mark English of Mark English Architects. "The first being that I wanted a feeling of changeability in the room, the idea that the art could move around. Secondly, I wanted the painting to seem more like a furnishing than wall art."